Monthly Archives: June 2005

Sabotaged!

Yesterday, I was all effusive about Summer Solstice and how nice it was to be able to ride to work in shorts and short sleeves. So of course I was rewarded with a rainy commute home, and what ...

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Sabotaged!

Yesterday, I was all effusive about Summer Solstice and how nice it was to be able to ride to work in shorts and short sleeves. So of course I was rewarded with a rainy commute home, and what ...

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Hooray for Summer Solstice

You get far enough North, and Summer Solstice (the lightest day of the year) really means something. Mainly, it means that it’s light before 5 am, and doesn’t get really dark ...

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Hooray for Summer Solstice

You get far enough North, and Summer Solstice (the lightest day of the year) really means something. Mainly, it means that it’s light before 5 am, and doesn’t get really dark ...

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Note to Dan Henry: You Rule.

Nick and I rode from my house to Tiger Mountain via Snoqualmie Falls on Saturday morning, a great little 42-mile ride with quite a few good climbs. I have learned a few things: I am an idiot. We ...

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Note to Dan Henry: You Rule.

Nick and I rode from my house to Tiger Mountain via Snoqualmie Falls on Saturday morning, a great little 42-mile ride with quite a few good climbs. I have learned a few things: I am an idiot. We ...

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How to Size Up the Competition

Part I: The Rider When does riding become racing? Two simple rules: When there are two riders: It is possible for two cyclists to ride together without it turning into a race — but only if ...

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